FRONT ROW:  Pastor Julie & grandson Everett, Meagan Griffieth, Tallu Smith
                                           BACK ROW:    Phyllis Case, Jim Swinford, John Alexander

Our youth and friends went to the Breakout Games in Lexington.  It is thrilling escape rooms with a variety of game themes that are perfect for having fun with your friends.  It is a Life-Sized Game of Twists & Turns where your team searches for clues and solves puzzles to accomplish your mission and escape before time expires.


Our group did the Mystery Mansion. It was a spine-chilling holiday adventure that starts in the ruins of an old mansion – abandoned decades ago by a reclusive and eccentric family. Since then, rumors have spread about a presence looming over the old house. The team races the clock to uncover the mansion's secret.


Fun was had by all!!

Each year, HMH honors employees for years of service in five-year increments.

Congratulations Crystle!

This little wizard had a blast at Joseph-Beth Bookstore while 


attending the Harry Potter Birthday Celebrations with family.


DAR PRESENTATION



The presentation of a sterling mint julep cup was given to the Duncan Tavern by Cynthiana Chapter Daughter, Mrs. Virginia Bradley.


This newly gifted cup will be part of the “Silver Cup” collection at Duncan Tavern and will be used at Chapter luncheons held at the Tavern.




The engraved cup was in honor of her mother, Althea Hutton (Chapter Regent 1962-1965) and daughter, Mrs. Dixie Solomon (Chapter Regent 2003-2005 and current Chapter Chaplain).


Barbara & Jill Rosenbaum leaving morning worship service.

Annual Church Picnic

Pentecost Sunday

The Christian holy day of Pentecost, which is celebrated on the seventh Sunday after Easter, commemorates the descent of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles and other followers of Jesus Christ while they were in Jerusalem celebrating the Feast of Weeks, as described in the Acts of the Apostles (Acts 2:1–31).



Service from the choir's view.  

Pictures submitted by Teresa Davis



CLICK to hear choir this morning
(Click on FULL SCREEN icon in the lower right hand corner to see larger view)

Teresa, Susan and Janet went to visit Anne and Herb on May 30. The girls ate at Old Stone Inn. 

DeAnne, Anne’s daughter, joined us. 

We then went to see their new home!  

A good time was had by all!!!

Cynthiana Presbyterian to raise awareness of heart disease in women.
This year marks the 15th anniversary of the national heart disease awareness campaign. 

AMM Circle meets the first Wednesday of every month except the summer months. 
 Anyone interested in joining our group is welcome!!